As the cruise ship Magellan sailed away from Dundee, Lucy Anderson was there to wave it off.
The Dundee seven-year-old was studying the Titanic for a school project, her mum Pauline said, and wanted to see how big a cruise ship really was.
“We just decided as we knew someone who was going on this one and have never seen any off them leave from Dundee before,” Pauline said.
“We went down to the Stannergate where a lot of other people obviously had the same idea.”
Along with her big brother Lewis, 11, Lucy had a good view as the 726 foot ship sailed out to sea.
“She was amazed with it and was standing waving to everyone standing on deck,” Pauline said.
“Not sure if it’ll help her but she now knows where the rooms with balcony’s are and ones that only have windows and where the captain is.
“It was so good to see and is such a good thing for Dundee at the moment that these boats are coming quite regularly now – hopefully a sign of more good things to come to the city.”